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Ethereum rollup that seeks to reduce commissions suspends function… due to high commissions

table of cost per ethereum transaction according to network used, shows higher cost for using rollup arbitrum in contrast to the main network

Key facts: The Oddysey program, which gave out non-fungible tokens as prizes to users, was paused. The commissions came to be well above those of the main layer. Sometimes the remedy is more expensive than the disease, says a popular saying. This phrase can be applied to a recent decision by Arbitrum, an Ethereum scaling …

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Wallets of this Ethereum rollup can be used without private keys

Wallets of this Ethereum rollup can be used without private keys

ZkSync v2, one of the rollups currently under development, has added account abstraction to its protocol. This implementation replaces the private keys of the wallets with the control of a smart contract. According to Explain the development team, this implementation, which is now activated on your testnet, “It will improve the user experience” thanks to …

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OKX integrates another Ethereum rollup to improve commissions

OKX integrates another Ethereum rollup to improve commissions

This article contains referral links. Know more. OKX added support for the Ethereum zkSync rollup. It is a scalability solution that will allow deposits and withdrawals with lower commissions. The exchange of cryptocurrencies deposits via zkSync have been available since yesterday, June 23, and they promise to enable withdrawals by June 30. There are 3 …

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OKX responds to high commissions on Ethereum by integrating a new rollup

OKX integrates another Ethereum rollup to improve commissions

This article contains referral links. Know more. OKX added support for the Ethereum zkSync rollup. It is a scalability solution that will allow deposits and withdrawals with lower commissions. The exchange of cryptocurrencies deposits via zkSync have been available since yesterday, June 23, and they promise to enable withdrawals by June 30. There are 3 …

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Binance incorporates a second Ethereum rollup for cheap and fast transfers

Binance incorporates a second Ethereum rollup for cheap and fast transfers

This article contains referral links. Know more. Binance added support for Optimism, an Ethereum rollup that enables faster and cheaper deposits and withdrawals than on the mainnet. This is the second rollup (second layer scalability solution) that Binance incorporates into its platform. As CriptoNoticias reported at the time, since November of last year Binance has …

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Ethereum rollup will give governance to its users and a token airdrop is rumored

This week there will be 2 forks in Ethereum to advance the merger

Key facts: Many expect governance to be given through a native network token If launched, Optimism would be the first rollup to have a native token “A new chapter”. With this expression, the company behind the Ethereum Optimism rollup has presented its novelties. These include plans to grant governance power to its users, for greater …

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Ethereum Rollup Comes to Binance Why is this important?

Ethereum Rollup Comes to Binance Why is this important?

Key facts: Arbitrum is only available on Binance for ether (ETH) deposits, not other tokens. Binance reports that they will also enable Arbitrum withdrawals in the near future. This article contains referral links. Know more. The cryptocurrency exchange Binance incorporates from this Friday, November 19, 2021 support for the Arbitrum rollup. This is a second …

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